Author: William Boericke
Sudden sinking sensation. Cancer of tongue and agonizing neuralgia have been benefited by this drug. Sick headache; sciatica; epilepsy.
Tongue: Ulcer of tongue, with indurated edges. Speech difficult. Power of speech lost but intelligence intact.
Face: Severe neuralgia in temporal region, recurring daily at same hour. Pain in orbital and supra-maxillary region, with screaming and loss of consciousness.
Respiratory: Cough prevents sleep; respiration weak; cannot take deep breath.
Modalities: Worse, from 4 am to 4 pm.